(c’88 -’89) Paul Bushell (vocals / guitar), Steve Fisher (keyboards / backing vocals / drums) Shaun O’Conner (bass) and Alan Davis (drums).

This four piece, named after a Gardener’s World video special on herbaceous borders, debuted at the Cricketer’s, Westfield in May ’88 adding Kevin Whitchurch (sax) later in their tenure. They specialized in rock music, as their influences, Dire Straits, Genesis and Led Zeppelin would indicate, covering classics such as ‘Pinball Wizard’ and ‘Golden Brown’. All the bands own material was written by Fisher who aimed to provide songs with “cryptic messages that mean little to anyone except himself.” After a hiatus they re-emerged as John Fiddle and the Freewheelers supporting Getz Loose at The Grey Horse, Kingston only to dispel reformation rumors in early ’89, with Fisher going to Call of Cain and Bushell to Van Gogh and the Earlobes.